About St. Mark's Ministries
We are delighted that you are able to visit our web site. We hope that your experience will be uplifting and spiritually enriching. One of life's greatest pleasures is the opportunity to meet new people and cultivate lasting friendships. That's especially true in a growing church like ours, so we never take lightly the people that God brings across our path.
St. Mark's Ministries is committed to a balanced ministry that emphasizes four priorities: Celebration, Caring, Cultivation, and Communication. We celebrate in worship...we care for one another...we cultivate the fullest spiritual life possible both individually and corporately...and we communicate God's truth at every opportunity. Living out these priorities results in a diversity of activities at St. Mark's Ministries. For all ages and interests, there are special events and service opportunities happening regularly.
St Mark's Missionary Baptist Church was established in 1952 by Rev. Monroe Haynes, Jr. as Pastor. At this time he had one Deacon Christopher, and 20 members. The church was located on the corner of Wheatley and West Montgomery. One year later the church was blessed to purchase property for their new location at 1920 Mansfield Rd. The church continued to flourish and grow with members to continue to serve God.
In 1977, Rev. Haynes resigned as pastor. During this time St. Mark's was blessed with a Spirit Filled Man and on Fire for God, Rev. T.T. Williams. During this time St. Mark grew tremendously in membership. Under the leadership of Pastor Williams, the structure of the physical church began to grow from a small wood frame to structure to what we currently worship in.
In 2003, Rev. Williams heard the voice of his master calling him home "Well done thy good and faithful servant." Your works here have been completed and you have served me well. We Thank God for Rev. Williams.
In the year 2004 the members voted and appointed Rev Curtis Clark as the new pastor. He served until the year 2007.
In 2009, God answered the prayers of the church with our new Pastor Elder Anthony Brodie. By the leading of the Holy Spirit in 2013, St Mark's MBC Advisory Board members voted to change the name of the church to St Mark's Ministries.
And even at this time we are making vital history in our church. It's time to get on board with the vision and voice of the Holy Spirit.